Black Ops and Robbers

We’ve been banging the drum a bit loudly lately, talking up the connection between armed home invasions and drugs stashed therein. In fact, I’m about to post Jose Juan Carlos’ contribution to the cause. But the general point is worth making again (although I would say that wouldn’t I): if you have something that’s easy to sell or use, someone will want to take it. Especially if they know about it. For example, “Handgun-wielding robbers who burst into a video-game store in Harford County [MD] over the weekend made off with more than just cash. They also stole more than 100 copies of the highly anticipated ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops,’ which won’t go on sale until Tuesday.”

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